As we wrap up our campaign on level 1 autism, we want to reiterate that Autism spectrum disorder is becoming increasingly prevalent and is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the United States. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 3 million individuals in the United States have autism, which amounts to a 10 to 17 percent increase in recent years. While no two cases of autism are ever the same, for teens with level 1 autism, a credible wilderness adventure therapy program can provide individualized care that helps autistic teens break through boundaries, build connections, and establish healthier patterns. It’s essential for parents to aid in this process and support their teen’s development by encouraging and arranging proper treatment that will facilitate lasting change and a brighter future.
This white paper was sponsored by Vantage Point by Aspiro, a wilderness adventure therapy program tailored to students with level 1 autism.
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About Vantage Point by Aspiro
Vantage Point is a specialized offshoot of Aspiro Adventure, the program that pioneered wilderness adventure therapy. Vantage Point focuses on helping students with executive function disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Nonverbal Learning Disorders, among others.
The Vantage Point programs are designed to build self-efficacy in our students through overwhelming mastery experiences – our students accomplish goals they never believed possible, which creates a belief that they are capable of changing their own lives for the better. We focus specifically on social dynamics and social skills to help our students connect with others and feel like they can be a part of the world. Experiential Learning is a tenet of our philosophy and our program. Paired with ongoing individual therapy and targeting specific areas for growth, our wilderness therapy programs are proven successful by outcome studies and are overseen by experienced Field Guides and clinical professionals